Alice Giles, one of the world’s leading harp soloists, will perform at Oglethorpe University Museum of Art this Saturday, October 8 at 7:00 p.m. The performance is part of OUMA’s Skylight Gallery Concert Series and is the perfect choice for a relaxing Saturday date night! Concert admission is $10 or FREE with a Petrel Pass.
The Australian-born musician first attracted international attention when she won First Prize in the 8th Israel International Harp Contest at the age of 21. Since then she has performed extensively with orchestras in Europe, America, Australia, and Israel. She presented her first solo recital at age 13 at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, was awarded the coveted Churchill International Fellowship and an Australia Council Grant to study in the U.S., and made her New York debut recital at Merkin Hall in 1983. From 1990 to 1998 she taught at the Hochschüle für Musik in Frankfurt, and was recently appointed to the School of Music, ANU in Australia.
The concert is presented in conjunction with OUMA’s current exhibition, Chagall: The Early Etchings of the 1920s, which runs through December 11. OUMA is open Tuesday- Sunday, 12 noon – 5 p.m. Find out more information about Skylight Gallery Concert Series and other OUMA events here.